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Hi there,This is an over-heating issue..Are you able to access the boot menu settings when your system is booting up??
If so you should go to boot settings->over heating shutdown(or something like that anyawy it mean that you will need to set it that your pc does not give up trying to display when your system gets a little hot..) IF this does not work however,your rig is incapable of doing what you want it to do and i reccomend buying a cpu cooler such as this one:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Asus-Cooling-Copper-Silent-Knight/dp/B000XH3RIC/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=computers&qid=1296909339&sr=8-3-spell
I dont know about your budget but i guarentee you that this will not let you down..
It is most likely the LCD assembly, but to eliminate other possibilities, connect up a desk top monitor to your laptop, and toggle to the external display and check the picture on it. If it is good, then your LCD is bad, if the picture is still bad, you have on board video problems, and not easily fixed. To toggle to the external display mode, you usually have to hold down the function key and hit the function key with a picture of a TV screen on it.
latest graphics cards drivers and ensure you have your external device ie projector or tv connected and turned on before you turn your computer on and check the settings under advanced display properties or use the graphics utility to select more then one display device
Well, the bad news is that the a1010y doesn't come with a AGP or a PCI-X (Express) but you do have 3 PCI buses that come on that motherboard. As long as one of the buses are free, then you can purchase a PCI Graphics card. Depending on what you are looking for the graphics card to do, ie games, or Video movies, or just all around more speed on your screen, you can find PCI cards for each type of function. HERE is a place to explain what would be a good choice in Cards.
listen mr. leeaboosi.m give advice plz use tht graphices card which u use first with ur LCD.try best.and alos use tht type graphics card which support ur LCD.if u not get better then tell me .i have many solution but first u try this one.if then u problem so tell me
I would suggest running your laptop S-Video out direct to the TV's Video IN first to verify that indeed it is running. To my understanding, you need to press Fn + F? key a couple of times to cycle through the different settings: LCD only, LCD + TV and TV only. The F? would be one of the function keys with the monitor icons on it. In most instances, you would need to lower down your Screen Resolution (and Screen Refresh Rates) in the laptop's Display Properties to match that of the TV. Soon as you can display on both the laptop's LCD and your TV using direct S-Video out to Video IN of your TV, then you can remove the S-Video connector/cable and hook it to the TV sender kit. thereafter it's a matter of finding the right channel on your TV (no longer in Video mode).
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.